Vitamin (phylloquinone) Vitamin K
1. M. Kh. Dulatу Taraz state UniversityFinished: Belbas A.
Checked: Novozhilova M. V.
Vitamin K is fat-soluble. It
is able to accumulate in the
liver, but for its complete
normal production of bile,
and the food should contain
the optimal amount of fat.
3. The effect of vitamin K on the life of the bodyVitamin K is an integral part of the blood clotting
• It is necessary for the synthesis of proteins, is
actively involved in the metabolic processes of bone
and connective tissue, supports the kidneys.
• Probably, vitamin K is important for the process of
regulating blood sugar: its lack can cause symptoms
inherent in diabetes.
4. Vitamin K excess and deficiencyExcess
• Vitamin K deficiency can develop
due to improper functioning of
the gastrointestinal tract and
diseases that prevent the
formation and excretion of bile.
• Bleeding and hemorrhage are the
only pronounced symptoms of
vitamin K deficiency that occur
due to blood clotting disorders.
5. Food sources of vitamin KFrom sources of animal origin it
is necessary to mention eggs and
pork liver, as well as dairy
products. Food of plant origin is
more enriched with vitamin K. it
is found in spinach, watercress,
lettuce, green tea, nettle, green
leaf and Brussels sprouts. In
olive oil, some fruits (bananas,
avocados, kiwi), bran and
cereals, this vitamin is also